Music can evoke strong emotions in people. Some songs make you cry while others pump you up. Love is no exception and if you listen to any pop radio station you will realize that about 132% of all songs are about love in one form or another, from first meeting to breaking up.There are plenty of songs out there to bring about passion and sensuality for you this Valentine’s Day but it's hard to know what songs to pick without coming off as corny or creepy. Guys, I am here to help with this problem by setting up this playlist for you.
To start off the evening, play this song to set the tone for the evening. It doesn’t start off the night too strong and just suggests that the woman you are spending the day with is a splendid person who creates whimsical joy in you.
Next, perhaps during dinner, you play this to advance the night a bit more and let her know that you have intimate and strong feelings for her as a person.
Things are going great now and starting to get just a bit more physical. You’ve expressed the emotional aspect of your love for her so now you’re ready to let her know how sexy she is. This song is cliché but it is also perfect in every way. There’s a reason everyone uses it: because it never fails.
Now you are done making your moves. You have been wining and dining her all night and ready to get it on as Marvin Gaye suggested. It’s easy to lose focus though, so fellas, play this song to keep yourself in line.
That was a mistake. Your Valentine is thoroughly upset because you played such a stupid and childish song during what was supposed to be a romantic and passionate moment. She calls you names and questions why she ever wanted to be with you. Now you are upset too because you feel insecure. You get defensive and play this song.
Well if she wasn’t done with you before, she is now. Guys, I don't know what happened. You really let this whole situation get out of hand. Ladies, this is your turn at deciding the playlist so you choose this.
And there’s your night! Happy Valentine’s Day everybody!